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comment until it discusses the situation with security officials. caltrain, amtrak also not commenting at this time. we will continue to get an official statement and get that as soon as it comes in two or news from. >>pam: the high tech surveillance camera network. that is what they're putting into place with a federal grant to pay for half of the $3 million state-of-the- art security system. the assistant police chief keep them and up close look at the new surveillance camera network. this is an only on kron 4. >> you can see children playing ball. >>reporter: the domain awareness center a network of over 500 surveillance cameras set up to the oakland unified school district by this man. police chief, mansarna pete sarna.
>> this is our collective approach to keep our school safe, this is our nerve center. monitoring cameras throughout the district. proactively, reactive way. you can see, for instance somebody was telling that fence. >>reporter: the anonymous text messaging for students is also linked to this system. >> our six major high-school campuses the can anonymously input 8 text message into our dispatch center and position our cameras accordingly. in another level of safety. >>reporter: the chief says that this will be fully of racial in a few weeks. kron 4 haazig madyun. >>pam: yesterday, the four- alarm fire in san francisco went on for several hours on folsom this huge plume in the air. it is placed dozens of people. jeff bush talked
to one woman. she lost everything in this fire. >> this is a woman who knows how to work. >>reporter: works in jewelry, and odd jobs but it was enough for her to stay at the park hotel. >> i lost all my jewelry making supplies and all of my stock, close, and some of my and i just paid my rent. and i have no money. >>reporter: gasoline tank is empty at somebody stole the bicycle wheel she could only stay at his gymnasium around the corner. >> i have no where to stay. i guess i just got released from parole. a >>reporter: she is been clean, sober from two years but this fire is testing her will. >> i am just waiting to get released from parole and
that i leave i do not want to be here anymore. i do not want to be in california anymore. i just want to go. (sobbing). i am stock. i'm trapped here. >>reporter: the support of famiand friends are stare in the same predicament. >>pam: 100 replacement nurses have been brought in with a contract negotiation continues. these nurses were on strike objecting to the health care contract negotiations. >> a nurse is hourly rate is $67 per hour. $140,000 per year. to pay $1.62 per hour to be able to select where there would like to bring their children for health care is an option that gives them the flexibility to be able to do that. it is the
reason why we offered this system and would not think that it is an unreasonable request. >> first of all, they are exaggerating the rages i did not make $67 per hour. they are taking numbers out the are exaggerating the--wages. we are not wealthy and nurses powerhous wthat part of our benefits packages has been health care without monthly co bay. we do not want to change that we consider that a take away. >>pam: hospitals lost $80,000,000.2009. in other news around the bay in santa rosa. the shelter in place and order has complete has been lifted a pile of debris was burned earlier this street and gases from this gas cylinder was in that
pile of debris and releasing of noxious fumes. perini family pets inside was a advisory. bringing inside pets. >> this ambush of home invasion even a delinquent was involved. the sheriff's office responded with . thi >> on tuesday, this nine m m handgun had one bullet in the chamber. the student did not know that the weapon was in there and will not be punished. officials are trying to fight your out who is responsible. >>pam: pg&e will be going to a realignment. the energy company appointed a new vice-president to
oversee changes--with that pipeline explosion last september. in san bruno that killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes. the california public utilities commission says that this move elevates the natural safety at pg&e. >>pam: you could even pay more! regulators have approved a plan of the utilities to charge its customers more for electricity in order to make up for profits lost with the smart routers or installed. three of the four members of the california public utilities approved debt proposal, today. >>jacqueline: with another warm day a look from sunbathing at this public park toughen with 70's yesterda, 80s today, the current conditions are:+ along the
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third of oakland schools ranked in the bottom 10%. every district in hayward received a five or worse. you can find your school ranking www.kron4.com. bart riders on the peninsula and no check out a library copy of the best seller on the commute. there-no able to get this " free to read " now able--thicken check out one of 800 books. they can check out one of 800 books. they're able to use this as an amenity for the commuters. >>pam: the top names jacobs, isabella, right from the twilight side up. for a new baby. eva, isabella, william, and macy and
>>this just in to the kron 4 news room police removed a student with a loaded 22 caliber revolver in his pocket from a high school in fairfield. we are showing you on google earth or is this is. this high school is a big campus and fairfield. san yeddo? the town that 17 year-old with a loaded gun in his pocket. they found a 17 year-old with a loaded gun in his pocket. they have been arrested and booked into juvenile hall. >>pam: a live look that al qaeda was actually contemplating new attacks against railroad lines in
the united states. officials gathered from the parade and the raid on the sunday- that-we spoke to passengers and this is what they had to say. >> it is nothing that they can prevent on any transportation system that somebody has a malcontent they're going to get the best of what happens. malcontent debt- >> specifically, i would have a better chance of getting homand hurt onhome than on a plane or a trained. >>pam: 6:00 p.m., board officials will wai andeigh i heard>>reporter: president obama was at the footprint of the twin towers were over 3000 people were killed and 21 out of his head after a ceremony of silence and meeting with the victim'navy ses
testif>>pam: our continuing coverage of osama bin laden other members of the family who were inside that compound during the deadly raid. the mother of the victim killed phoebe prince hung herself these three girls were in court today and put on probation for just under one year. these new laws are cracking down on bullying in schools. also in massachusetts they found a body of a woman in the backyard of a home. it is believed to be the mother of a 17 year-old boy this living there. so far, the teenager has been charged with assault. the discovery has been made with thmissing persons report the body had
only thought to the other one, two days. >>catherine: this rebel flag voted 3-1, to keep it flying it is a symbol of history. the naacp is wanting to have that fleck, removed. >>pam: mcdonald's has dumped itself from the indy500. donald trump is not going to be driving the celebrity pace car in the nic because h might soon run his intentions of running for president. many people does not like the idea. there is a protest facebook page in place. alan shepard became the first american in place. nasa unveiled the ceremonial recognition. ellen shepherd died in 1998.
(music) >> jacqueline: it is still quite warm. alan shepard-- >>jacqueline: 87 degrees, breaking the previous record by just one degree. concord, 92 degrees and also a record. napa and at the airport, 80 degrees and downtown, 88 san jose did not pretend record. just nine degrees shy in oakland. to not break that record hauthe inland valleys are still off 90's and closer to the coast. we are going to cool off. 50s and 60s to the coast hot in the south and cool to the north. warm tomorrow evening tonight. if you have even implants? just a light jacket. the sea breezes, if you have evening plans?
and.... that fog along the coast. by 6:00 a.m. then the coast also, the... fog tracker is showing at least by noon. to the san mateo coast. temperatures are going to be warmer. to those see breezes, 78 in santa rosa, and 62 with 75 in vallejo, concord, still while the concord. 74 in livermore. 73 in san jose. taking a look your kron 4 7 day around the bay the cooling trend is going to continue this weekend. we are going to see more extensive fog on saturday. saturday, and even sunday, = day on mother's day. with cloud coverage and a light
assignment. the peak moment is the finish line! to be able to watch everybody struggling law and people that are having just a great time and they are happy. [laughter]--i am forwalooking forward. >>pam: may 15th, the 100th running of the bay to breakers. tune in to kron 4 on sunday, may 15th where we will have continuing live coverage of the event, with cameras set up along the path. more news, ahead (music)
posted on you tube. two different people in different locations will be sitting at the computer. this device to be connected. basically the would make out what these tubes of the device. the movement would be translated through the device. through the computer, up to the other person on the other and through their computer and to their device. people would be able to virtually cast with these devices. to see what the others. virtually-kiss transmission and it is just beginning of a fall on person to person experience over the internet. the idea of long distance relationships. and this sensation from one person to another. my initial thoughts was it was a bit weird. the web, the technology is always keeping
people physically apart in up by deducting the need to add the ability to guesto kiss-- and i would love for-what would you like to say about this? www.kron4.com gabe slate's tech report >>pam: the santa cruz film festival is kicking off its 10th season with prairie love. >> get up! >> stand up. >> this is about a vagrant who rescues the north dakota man. this continues to may 14th featuring 167 films from 33 countries. a programming note. saturday, >>pam: a programming note this saturday kron 4 will let nbc programming of the will be shown at 8:00 p.m. it will be followed by the kron 4 news at 9:00 p.m. will have much more news
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>>pam: at 6:00 p.m., the american rail system with the next target. the rate of the compound of osama bin laden were skilled that is the latest. president obama at the 911 crowne 0 honoring the victims. the last week's storms making history. gasoline prices eating away at and, of drivers. changes. >> the metreon, is making a big renovation. with a new target stores creating jobs. live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: p.m., just four days
after this read on compound. where osama bin laden was killed it this rerrthis raid--has uncovered details that the latest target for al queda was the u.s. rail system. >>reporter: the al queda was aiming its efforts towards the real system summer in the u.s.. this is inside of the osama bin laden compound. items scattered on the floor, all over the place this is how it looks now after navy seals.. somewhere inside is where they found computers, documents, hard drives gilani to the terrorist leader. they scanned the information and they understand that it is contained digital information and plans for
real cars to the real real cars for railroad cars--to the real to the rea the to comee railroad tracks. >>pam: any more details on that? perhaps specific locations? >> not quite yet. >>pam: we got local reactions. >> there is not quite anything locally that we should be fearful of. we have trained personnel in place to do with that. >>pam: and emeryville, live. charles? >>reporter: right now, you are looking at a live picture of the emeryville
amtrak station. from here, passengers go south towards los angeles, north, even towards seattle. i spoke with people and while everybody was surprised nobody seemed to be scared by it. >> i always feel safe. i never think.. the relevant or anything like that. i'd never think of the derailment. >> if you have to feel your mortality all the time? you'll just height in a cave. >> there is many places of the infrastructure that are at risk. in this side of terror. site >>reporter: we try to contact amtrak and the reaction we've not heard back yet. as soon as we do will let you know. live in emeryville, charles clip
her. >>pam: >>reporter: president obama was at the footprint of the twin towers were over 3000 people were killed and 21 out of his head after a 3000 people were killed it was a solemn ceremony. ceremony of silence and meeting with the victim's kate thompson has details. >>pam: president laid >>reporter: president obama twin towers were over 3000 people were killed and 2001 ceremony of silence and meeting with the victim's family. earlier, the a firefighters that lost firehouse the lost the 15 firefighters. the visit was up beat. >> the main reason i came here was for the food! [laughter]>> to see him sit back in a chair, relax and of a nice conversation was wonderful. >>reporter: this is the 10 a year anniversary of september 11th. this time lapse of the deal is
showing video the progress of the new side scrapper called the freedom tower. skyscraper--used when friday, president obama will be scheduled to who team that killed osama bin laden >>pam: >>pam: mother of 911 is hailing the death of nothing great then justice served. she is celebrating the death and saying that it is about time. >> considered effective for about one decade we been taunted by one american demand that is been issuing threatening videotapes and a states in issuing spotlights. i think it is a proper to celebrate his demise. with nine years, seven months. it has been a long time coming. frankly, i am scared of ever hearing the news that he is... my faith in the united states a system of government and our military was restored last night. when i learned the details of the apprehension and killing of osama bin
laden. have something on the counterpoint, and in opposition, a contrast to the brutal way he treated the american people. the slight.. del >>pam: the priethey praised the efforts of president obama. >>this just in to the kron 4 news room a suspect in a deadly stabbing take a look this is a picture of the victim. this happened late last night at a party on the 2000 block of flint crest drive after a verbal argument. the suspect stabbed to the vet them. according to police. the suspect left and remained at large if give any
information? please call police. reporting live, grant anlotus. >>gary >>pam: jacqueline? hall about what is it looking like? >>gary: recorbreakers >>jacqueline: --86 to one degree, concord, with several degrees. 92 degrees, napa, and also a new record breaker. currently, we are looking at still hot, with upper 80s, low 90s with the inland valleys. 85 degrees in san jose. 86 in santa rosa and cooler close to the coast. the sea breezes are getting back in, kiccin back and
with tonight, still warm, mild depending on where you are. the sea breezes are ushering in and the coastal fog. that will happen overnight/tomorrow. much cooler by 15 degrees and it that wind will pick up. we will take a look it temperatures and neighborhood by neighborhood coming up. we will be right back. (music) hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! [ buzzer sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel!
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>>pam: this is video from augusapril teresa estacio explains >>pam: alleged serial killer marin county today. teresa killing at least four women is demanding to beat his own attorney. >>reporter: and marin county, joseph nato is still in custody. earlier, he was in court arguing that he should represent himself. cameras were not allowed in court. this his
meso earlier, but margaret for women including roxanne test-murdering rogash,,, in the 1970's. he told the judge that he has his reasons for wanting to represent himself but would not elaborate much. other than he says he does not trust the ethics of attorneys and he cannot afford one. he has about $1 million. the judge ordered him to meet with a public defender and to come back on friday to see if he still wants to represent himself. in marin county, teresa estacio. kron 4. >>this just in to the kron 4 news room a salinas fire captain has been are arrested on suspicion of child molesting. the seven
>>pam: new details of the artist's rendition>> today that new target in downtown san francisco part of that $30 million renovation. fourth and mission street. this artist's drawing of the exteriors. with 20 restaurants, retail shops are planned for this new building. the completion is >>pam: maureen kelly? >>reporter: expected to bring 1300 jobs. >> 600 construction jobs for the renovation that will happen immediately. and another 700 permanent jobs that are reflected not only store with that target store but also 20 different new restaurants/venues. facing
the plaza and the entryways with a lot of food service jobs and restaurants and retail openings as well. target will employ 200 members and beginning six months before the opening date. scheduled to be in late 2012. the hiring goal is 50% of all 1300 jobs of the san francisco residence. with san francisco residents. >>pam: mark zuckerberg left live in a frugal life until recently. kron4's and cover for kimberlee? >> kimberlee: you are correct, this would be a big change for the billionaire. with a pretty modest life style. however, this is believed to be the place of the real-estate that mark
zuckerberg dropped a $7 million in palo alto crescent neighborhood. this five-bedroom is wheat away from the street with high privacy walls. -the way--and a richly it was built in 1903 has a large, expensive overhaul a few years ago with the addition of an entertainment pavilion. outdoor fireplace, barbecue, and a saltwater swimming pool. if you'd like to check this out? www.kron4.com f if you would like to read more about this or any other segments, go to what's on the web section at www.kron4.com (music) >> jacqueline: fe nice and warm a nice warm--day out there, taking a look at a high temperatures. 73 in half moon bay. 74 degrees in san francisco compared to the in the bellies. low 90s
for the most part! compared to the inland valleys-- temperatures for the most part are going to be comfortable with the exception of the south the with 90's. oakland is looking at 70's but significant cooling ahead. taking a look at at a glance. temperatures are not that different than today. we will see fog along the coast with the sea breezes moving back in. also cool, breezy with 10-15 degrees cooler from what we saw today. taking a look of the fog for tomorrow along the coast also breezy. the fog tracker has this progress in towards inland perhaps that is a bit much. by 6:00 a.m., we could see fog through
hayward, san bruno, and also along the coast towards the early afternoon tomorrow. temperatures? but cooler tomorrow. 70's in san francisco, 72 in san oroszko, 76 in richmond, solidified in concord, 78 in antioch. 72 and---scope, and alsin san francisco. your kron 4 7 day around the bay cooler weather, with all week and , the fog will be more extensive on saturday. sunday, a storm passes us with increasing cloud coverage and cooler temperatures and a slight chance for work of the north bay. that is less likely with conditions continuing to be cool. >>catherine: the national tornado outworbreak the national weather service is confirming 178 tornadoes hitting the midwest and the
south. that is the biggest outbreak in the history of the u.s.. the number is expected to go hire with teams wrapping up or surveys. several deaths, and over 249 people were dead in alabama. you are looking at hundreds gathered to remember one of the victims, ashley harrison. she was attending the university of alabama. a classmate at the same talked about what happened. >> the entire house broke apart. i felt it left off of the foundation like we were shot out of a cannon. essentially it was a black out. i woke up in a field 50 yds from my house. i was hoping that we would all make it. but, at a point when we're all and the house i knew at a point we were not. >>catherine: president obama has declared a state of emergency for parts of
tennessee, mississippi, kentucky, and of course alabama. this will coordinate the relief efforts. this is video. with water still close to the permit reverse this river crest at 48 ft. next week. only 7 in. below the record in 1937. pamela? >>pam: >>pam: a programming note this saturday kron 4 will let nbc programming of the giants will be on nbc. chase will be shown at 8:00 p.m. it will be followed by the kron 4 news at 9:00 p.m. will have much more news coming up after the break. may 15th, the 100th running of the bay to breakers. tune in to kron 4 on sunday, may 15th where we will have continuing live coverage of the event, with cameras set up along the path. jacqueline bennett, gary radnich and. henry will be joining us for full
>>pam: >>pam: gasoline prices are surging and it is impacting the household. the national average is $3.98 a gallon. in the bay area is always higher. take a look of the average price is in san francisco at $4.32. oakland, san jose, $4.27, $4.28 respectively. do these high prices mean that consumers will change their spending? >> a new study shows american households spent an average of $368 milli dollars, that is nearly one-half of our income. states impacted most difficult, mississippi, spent 14% of its total income on gas. gas prices have surged 30%. above the national average is hovering around $4 per gallon that it is impacting consumers because .. gasoline sales
actually fell 2%. they are cutting back on their driving habits as the sales fell by 2 percent. gas prices will average $3.70 per gallon in 2011. that means that the average american household will top over $4,300 worth of gasoline this year. in n.y.. gasoline consumption was down by 2%. -- >> kimberlee: bayto breakers.ing.com fanpst pictures of zazzle costumes and >>this just in to the kron 4 news room pacebook page
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now at 6:30, our top stories. more news, more crews, right now our top stories. >>reporter: we are learning more about the al queda plans to impact the u.s. were road station. this compound was described as high privacy fences, and at this information was taken from the al qaeda ithe plan that was discovered
was that intelligence plan was the u.s. rail system was at stake. with derailment strategies. also that anniversary dates such as 911 would also be impacted. >>reporter: president obama was at the footprint of the twin towers were over 3000 people were killed and 2011 ceremony of silence and meeting with the victim's family. earlier, the a firefighters that lost firehouse the lost the 15 firefighters. the visit was up beat. this is just days after monday's monumental the assassination of pri somof osama bin laden. >>pam:
mother of 911 is hailing the death of nothing great then justice served. she is celebrating the death and saying that it is about time. >> considered effective for about one decade we been taunted by one american demand that is been issuing threatening videotapes and a states in issuing spotlights. i think it is a proper to celebrate his demise. with nine years, seven months. it has been a long time coming. frankly, i am scared of ever hearing the news that he is... my faith in the united states a system of government and our details of the apprehension and killing of osama bin laden. >>reporter: the contra costa county is facing charges in connection with narcotics task force in dealings. no charges have been filed yet but high risking braking force does not expect more charges to be filed local attorney, michael cardoza says that he expects one more rest. he is representing one of the attorneys he is expecting one more arrest
>>reporter: 5 suspects made their first court appearance. they did not enter a plea. each requested an attorney. 50 year-old was killed during a hail of gunfire that ran out and union square she was an innocent victim. all five suspects will be back on may 15th to enter a plea. in san francisco, teresa estacio. >>reporter: the wednesday fire at this park hotel this placed dozens of people. the red cross says that it has about 75 people impacted others found shelter but not others are lucky. temporary shelters have been set up at an nearby gymnasium with plenty of despair. there a loss and possessions they have no idea what to do next. in san francisco, jeff bush, kron 4 news.
>>reporter: the new domain awareness center in oakland. take a look. a state-of-the- art network of surveillance cameras set up throughout the school district. 500 cameras monitoring public areas. a federal grant paid for the $3 billion price tag. this should be fully operational in a few weeks. haazig madyun >>reporter: the metreion, a major renovation. >> today that new target in downtown san francisco part of that $30 million renovation. fourth and exteriors. with 20 restaurants, retail shops are planned for this new >> 600 construction jobs for happen immediately. and another 700 permanent jobs but also 20 different new restaurants/venues. facing the plaza and the entryways from mission street. flye businesses will be opening early next year. and target is slated to open in 2012.
if maureen kelly, kron 4 news. he (music) >> jacqueline: with how heat continues and record- breaking. 89 degrees. the first record was 98, and oakland, 80, the previous was 88. current conditions are cooling down. right now, the sea breezes are sitting back and. away from the coast it is still warm. with a 15 degree cool down for the most part as a warm, dry air settles and starts to break down. 70's through santa rosa, richmond, and the inland valleys are back into the mid upper 70's. closer to the coast, with half moon bay, 60 degrees. cooler. it's a sea breezes are in place and that will continue towards this weekend. we are going to see the fog and set and. conditions will be not quite
as warm with clouds but no rain expected. >> kimberlee: the viewers on a facebook fan page that riding the cable car in san francisco is about to go up. the fair. howard wrote " the increased fees are not surprising. the democrats do not want to tackle the spending side so the will stick it to the already overtaxed residents and businesses. " many people agreed and disagreed of his controversial comments. would love to know what you think. if you'd like to leave a comment? to leave your thoughts on all of these stories we post on >>this just in to the kron 4 news room these fan page. >>pam: a programming note this saturday kron 4 will let nbc programming of the giants will be on nbc. chase will be shown at 8:00 p.m. it will be followed by the kron 4 news at 9:00 p.m.
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>>pam: bart has a new parperk a library a go - go. one of 800 books with a library card, can use the machine. >> kimberlee: former governor arnold schwarzenegger will play a movie called crying macho. they down and let horse trainer. who has been a book from 1975. the author also were wrote th screenplaye.
>> after a tour through canada, the prince william and princess kate will be visiting the united states. the palace did not provide details of their itinerary but it does appear tthat los angeles will be a stop on their visit. >> beiver, invited his classroom bully. he and his team faced his classroom bully. taking a lot of courage. >>pam: the sharks and the mapbaseball, and even miami heat.
>>pam: may 15th, the 100th running of the bay to breakers. tune in to kron 4 on sunday, may 15th where we will have continuing live coverage of up along the path. a i will be the with jacqueline bennett, gary radnich with full coverage. do not miss it, a.m. right here on kron 4. we will be back. at 7:00 p.m. that same evening with an encore of the race. we will be back.
five games. and muscling up, but out sandoval if you have to hit. you are noticing that 5 - 2 mets win, 5 -5 not bad, pittsburgh, washington and finishing with the new york mets. the giants and first-place colorado at&t tomorrow night. the a's had to go an extra tonight. with cinco de mayo 14 3-53. and at the overstock. the coliseum. brett anderson, seven innings, two runs. and take a look. oh my gosh! going deep oh my gosh! a great play. a great play with going through hamilton, brian sweeney what a day.
five assists. 343. and taking it to 12 and winning it. morrison gets the insurance and that is it. the a's, cleveland is the hottest team in the game. and if they come up short for-3. do you remember when candlestick park. >> they came up short for-3. >> and i came fo3 >> gary: people are not going to refer to candlestick park as the sponsor name of the corporate park of now 3 com.
>>jacqueline: some people even called at&t park. >> gary: 84 telling the story [laughter] thank you for killing the story and my firend, mike is showing tahat dumar received the award from in honor of curry. and 4 - 3 if you are going to hit a guy but j.j. baraya, mavericks trailed 0- 2. 33 and of for gary williams. and get a seat belt. this guy has been up and down the sidelines. and he retires as the head coach
from maryland. 658-380 his career record. championship. that is when i played 104 years ago and i hated the guys that we yell. when they yelled to get in front of him and take the charge and i would... i would say that you go first, coach. when the big guy was coming. >>pam: take a ffoul sharks were great last night in detroit. announcer: score! the sharks win and lead the series 3-0. (cheers & applause) >> gary: their fifth overtime and our good friend randy. the store weather
performer on channel 5 randy? the star weather performer. >> they are not prepared to put the on at this time. with other things taken priority. >> gary: dennis does not want to share the time. l what is it about overtime? >> i think that they have figured out how to win games increase the ways. and if you watched that game last night? they can watch and win games in---will crazy ways. with crazy luck and a stanley cup victory. 16 playoff? is a headlock and it is a good thing they are lucky. >> gary: no question! and let me ask you point blank. silly, but nonetheless are the sharks just better than detroit? >> i think this year that could be a little bit. you go back the regular season
in these playoffs, they have beaten them seven out of the last eight times that cleat them. we might have reached that point where they played them thatand with the assistant coach from detroit they have done a lot of things that detroit has done in the past. perhaps they are beating them at their own steam. >> gary: could you see the concentration on abortion opening up for- do you think that you could see the opening of the playoffs from overtime? >> they have those overtime points from joe thorton. with overtime goals he scored. against los angeles, shutting out the fina light goals and if you're going to keep an eye out. final he is just as capable as setting up goals as he is sending them through yamaguchi. >> gary: with sharks closing it out? what does your
prediction? >> last year they blew it in the fourth game, 7-1. and i think they learned their lesson. my guess is that if the wind it tomorrow. and here, channel 5, after breaking news. cinco de mayo is not a big deal [laughter] >> gary: pamela what did you never really recognize detroit detroit not recognize---cinco? >> i only saw one store on michigan avenue in the windy city that was observing by displaying a sombrero. >> gary: the great randy ha hnn, and catherine heenan is
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